Mar 16 2011'Transformers 3' Book Summary Hints at What Michael Bay Will Be Feeding Us

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If you just can't wait to hear about the story for Transformers: Dark of the Moon--or for Transformers: Dark of the Moon: The Novelization, for those who prefer to thoughtfully read Transformers movie storylines before bed, while commuting, etc.--the uncovering of Random House's official page for Peter David's book adaptation has revealed new clues as to what loose plot Michael Bay will frame his clanging, staring-into-a-blender scenes around:

All humankind was watching that fateful day in 1969. But only a handful knew the real mission behind America’s triumph in space. Now the treacherous Decepticons have set their sights on unearthing government secrets. The only hope of averting a crisis rests on the Autobots—yet who knows what remains in the shadows, hidden from man and machine?

Sounds like the most outrightly jingoistic Transformer yet! Don't let the Decepticons disclose those massive U.S. government cover-ups, Optimus!

Reader Comments

decepticons = wikileaks (according to michael bay)

I somehow don't think piss jokes and lens flare will transfer successfully over to book format. Could be wrong though.

This post is kind of pointless, because all this stuff was conveyed in the trailer.

@2- they have embedded LED lights into everypage to simulate lensflares.

@4 - You forgot to mention they hand dip the book in a vat of human piss to simulate not only the jokes but the actual smell the movie gives off.

This isn't really anything new. Don't we already know all this stuff?

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